Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1938
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PROMOTION STSFOR3 .at—in an Impressive preabKerlah' church £ three''^ intSrmedl- «)SSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA to the senior group: Doris and Robert Runner-Up in the Queen Contest Is To Be Bride St. Joe, Sept. 27—Banns of marriage were announced Sunday for the first time for Adeline, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, and Harold, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nick Frideres. Mlse Illg was second among out-of-Algona contestants in the recant .March of Progress quern contest conducted by the Algona newspa- Lumber Co., Algona, has been hired to tear it down. Mr. Thllges plans to Use the lumber In a corn crib. i: 18-29, was Miller, and ff99 conducted by Leta Ol- *r view of the life of Fran{ark founder'Of >the C. E., nhv Viola Tfenary, and mver Perfect, wasi nung Pr Boettcher and Robert of the hymn My Faith •was read by the pers. l,eo Klein is Miirricd— Relatives here have 1(1 shop to Confirm Children- There will be a confirmation class here this fall. i.BlehoiTHee an, Sioux City, will come Sunday and some of the school children will be confirmed. received >.«v>»»ui T w«j uviiu MilYU ItJtjtjl VUU word of the marriage of Leo Klein to Gertrude Ashfield. Both live at Watkins, Minn. The marriage took place this week Tuesday. Leo ie a brother of Alvin and Betty Klein, employed In this vicinity. Old Schoolhonse is Hold- Paul Thilges was recently highest bidder on the old school building, paying $337.50. The Botsford Scrubbing Hee is Planned- There will be no school this week Friday afternoon. The womei ot the parish will have a scrubbing bee to clean the school and the church. IRVINGTON'S S. S. PLANS PROMOTIONS Irvlngton, Sept. 27—Promotion for many of the Irvington Sunday school pupils will take place Sun-, day. Mrs. H. T. Sabin, who has been teaching a group of intermediates will promote the entire group, practically all of whom are now high school will now become students, a senior They class, Other St. Joe News. The Raphael Kaysers, Waseca, Minn., spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. William Hammer and her children were at the parental Herbert Benge's, near Bradgate. "'v^l-rSctttwrf'Tto U»t ? to Doris and Hoffman 1 * _ The Christ, at the age of foobert. These awards were IB° DBl -"i-- of outstand- I I Whittemore I "Grandpa" Karl Krahn, Algona, is spending a few daye with friends ' the Gleam and the iction. IK Honors Visitors— and Mrs. Oeo. Fries, Milwau- *d Fred Leeck, South Beech, wme a week ago,, Saturday Tit at Emll Leeck's and relatives here. Sunday 1 at Chris Qteon's, ; near •£- e ; k> with the following • relatives: the Ralph .Stew-. I the Henry:PannkukB,vand.the Vrd Dragers, the Herman and Mrs. Amelia Rike, Al- cousins of here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutton, of Estherville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson. Mr. Sutton is a brother of Mrs. Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, Corwith, were with Mrs. Bode'ft parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Eisele The Arthur Lunsmans, of Mason City, epent the week-end at Roger Elbert'e. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert ant the daughter Mary Anita were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. Peter El bert and. his daughters, Mrs. Rich ard Vaughn and Mrs. Leo Walters were there Saturday. ' Mrs. Herman Kollasch, soi David, aud Francis Kollasch drov tfrs. Martin Meyer on their tenth wedding anniversary. Attending: »fr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, the Srwln and Walter Strueckere, Mr. ind Mrs.. Hugo Meyer, Albert Mey- irs, and~ the Edwin Liebs. Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. and The group are fteeck. , Bleichs Have Guests— and Mre. Emll Horn, Spo- ' and Mr. and Mrs. George ' st Paul, came Saturday to 'the R. A. Blelcha and oth- fclatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lrson, Esther and Irving, New land, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. G. ere . Bleioh and Rudolph Seeman , also Sunday dinner guests «tt B A. Bleich home. The Horns > dinner guests Monday at the , Bleich horne.^ Ler for Mrs. Anderson— feirty women attended the W for Mra. Henry Anderson ,.„. Cecil Godfredson's Friday Clark Godden, Mrs. I. W Isen, Grace Godfredson, anc R. C. Dremmel.were aselsting [esses. A mock wedding was ; the features. IB Lectures on Ptano— ti Hodgson will be at De lies this week Wednesday irsday, and Friday, attending Jes of lectures for piano teach F conducted by John Thompson (ognized authority on plan hing and teacher training. _j Pastor Guest .Here— unday'evening • the Rev. an , J. M. Doms entertained th ... H. E. Andrews, Phllo, 111., a •might guest. Mr. Andrews con tied Sunday services at Lone and Mrs. Sabin will continue as teacher. All pupils over seven will be promoted from primary to the junior class, and all juniors 12 and over will be promoted to the intermediate class. Parents are requested to cooperate with the teachers and try to have the children in Sunday echool, so adjustments can be quickly made. .Tractor Upset In Ditch— A caterpillar tractor was overturned for several hours just weet of the little bridge west of Irvington one day last week. Gravel trucks were used to pull it out. II had been driven too close to the edge of the road, which had been weakened by recent high water. II the tractor had gone off the roac t would have landed in the river, which is still high. Aid at the Church Today— 'The Aid will meet at the church this week Thursday, and a covered dish luncheon will be served. Plans tor a church supper October 5 will be completed. The Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the church, with Mrs. William Boldrldge in charge. The topics will be challenging Facts and The Younger Generation. . Colwell Loses Sister— Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Colwell, accompanied by Mrs. Jenny Colwell Tiivermore, drove to Jackson Ulnn., last week Thursday to at- end the funeral of Mrs. L. E. Col- well'e sister, Mrs. William Lanning, who,-died following a sickness of several months with cancer. Elmer Weaver to Rochester- Elmer Weaver went to Rochester Sunday to go through the .Mayo clinic and possibly remain for treatment. 'He has been suffering for several months from arthritis and sciatic. Lately the nerves in one leg have started to deaden. Mrs. Nick Ridtai: spent the week the tractor had gone on the roaa end at Adolnh Diedrlch home at at a point a few feet fartner weat to Mason City Saturday with Mrs .Clark Meade and the latter's son who hat! been visiting Mrs. Mead's arents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. P. ollasch. The Clyde Wilsons son returned o their home at 'Independence, [o., Saturday, after a few days vith Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Hilbert, and other relatives end at Adolph Diedrlch Jmmetsburg. . Postmaster and Mrs. John S. Cullen, with the daughter Marcella, accompanied Blanid Cullen, R. N., Palo Alto, Calif., to Mtnonk, 111., to visit the Joe. Cullens, then to Detroit to visit the Jos. Renters,) getting home last week Tuesday. C. E. Kollasch, near Lu Verae, recently purchased the Frlezen- borg pool hall, and he took possession Saturday. ''Mr. - Kollasch, who. farmed near L'U Verne, will bring his family here about January 1. A Field day held by St. Michael's parish Sunday was a great success, drawing a large crowd, not only men, but also of women and children. There were plenty of attractions. A trap shoot was the main event. This Field day an annual event. started e two weeks vacation Friday. Lewis Scheppman, substitute, i on the job. Other trrlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pritchard, Mttchellvllle, spent from last week Wednesday until Saturday with the A. McLeans. Mrs. Prltchard and Mrs. McLean are sisters. The visitors returned to Mitchellville by way of Popejoy, where they visited a son. Mrs. Orville Hedrlck was.called to Sexton Friday by word'that'her father, Otto Neuman, had-.suffered a heart attack. Mr. Neuman^madf quick recovery and Is now as well as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley near Hurt, plan to go to Rochester late this week, and Mrs. Mawdsley will have a check-up by Mayo physicians. Schoolgirl's Wrist Broken- Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCullough, who live at the old Fuller farm, suffered a broken wrist recently, when she fell from a elide at school. Mall Carrier on Vacation— ; Ben Terhune, local mail carrier Stoker Sales and Service Donald Blanchard Home from South Lone Rock, Sept. 28—Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughter Doris, Mrs. .Chester Alme and daughter Shirley epent Saturday at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and infant daughter at the home 6f Mrs. Sidney Smith. They also called at Claude Berray's. .Donald Blanchard, who has played baseball the past season at Selma, Ala., returned Monday and 3s now with his parents. No stoker too large or small for us to service. We ar ready to service your stoker regardless of make.. Now is the tme to have your stoker checked for the winter. If you need new parts or new controls we can supply them. Phone 308 Algona, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Wesley, visited relatives here Sun- ay. Mrs. Alliaud and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Delaney, with Mrs. Jeorge Boswell, Algona, spent sev- rai days last week with relatives at Dee Moines. Mrs. Mary Erue left for West Union Friday for two weeks with ler daughter, Mrs. Walter Dullard. Urs. James Geelan, Mrs. H. W. Geelan, and Margaret Fandel attended a Catholic tea at Francis Seelan'e, near Ruthven, last week Thursday. Mrs. William Higgins, with Mrs. Nellie McMahon, Algona, was a last week Thursday guest at the J. A. Spies home, Graettinger. Mrs. J. M. Fleming, daughters Ruth Adeline and Eleanor, and Stanley Brogan were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, Corwith, drove to Mason City Saturday, and Luella Bisenius, Imogene Wagner, and Dorothy Kleigl, the latter of Cylinder Mrs. Joseph Meurer and Lucian were at Emmetsburg Sunday, and Lucian was sponsor for jCarol Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Laube'nthal, at christening. The Frank Besches, West Bend, were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Meurer and Lucian. The W. C. Daus, Algona, and Mrs. Anna Dau were Sunday even-] ing dinner guests at the raatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schneider, iVest Bend, are parents of an 8-lb. irl, born at the Kossuth hospital ast week Thursday. Mrs. Schneler, was Ethel Alrhart. Mrs. Ross Fry, Nevada, 1 'and her on John are visiting Mr. aljd Mrs. " A. Savage. " , Class Holds Meet— ae Fidelis class of the Metho- Sunday school will hold Its Inthly meeting Wednesday of week at Esther Bahltng's, Mrs. {. Bahnson assisting hostess. ! Fellows' Home Visited— .. 0. Chipman accompanied inker Guy M. Butts, Wesley, to son City Sundayto viait'the I. 10. F. home. Mr. Butta Is a for- |r Iowa I. 0. O. P. head. istor Attends Presbytery— ""le Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Dome -1 to Carroll Tuesday to attend neeting of the Fort Dodge Pres- tery held there Tuesday and iednesday. i Girl Gives Party— JJoyce Ryeraon celebrated her pth birthday Saturday afternoon 1 entertaining ten little friends at |P,arty at her home. came here with the James Bisen iuses. The three girls are attend ing the Hamilton business coll ege. Mrs. H. C. Alliaud, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. George Boswoll Algona, drove to Spirit Lake Mon day to attend the funeral of a cou sin, Mrs. Frank Fritzgibbons. The Martin Meyers, Garner, an the William Meyers were Sunda evening dinner guests at Henr dinner othe WE SELL AND RECOMMEND INSULATION INEXPENSIVE ROTPROOF • . FIREPROOF VERMINPROOF Botsford Dumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. uuif * J *r ' «*«•*" W- —. f relatives came to surprise Mr. antti F. S. Norton & Son COSL STOX! H Other Bart •s. Wayne Holmjm and Mildrod ", Spencer, visited from Fri> Sunday at the D. F. Slaughr home, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. )otb and eon Spencer, and the J. Petersons, West Bend, also Sunday at , the Slaughter [Mr. and Mra. .Fred Kteriitz, Mrs, n Krause and eon, Avoca, Wis., • and Mrs, H. Mussaw, Muscoda, 1-8.. Mrs. Leo Kienitz and son, of Fota, visited Saturday at Emil ^'"''s. They are coualne of Mri . — Ben Bahllng, Esther Bahl- IS, and Mrs. Clara Olson, and Mra. 1 A. Lee and Mrs. R. F. Perry, of MSona, were Mason City visitors Mt week Thursday. 'Mr. and Mr.s. A, C. Wickwire, of .-.Koines, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. liH, and Wesley fiehaub, Weoster "ty. spent the week-end at the J. graham home. . . u Staiubrook, accompanied L. Johnson, Armstrong, at- i ft district Farm Bureau or- tion meeting at Garner las? 'Thursday, ?4."Waltei: PpweJ), Graafl Bap- Jor ft AUTOMATIC BUTLER MRHUl PRICE (STANDARD MODBL-Pfaw Sonll I«*»fc*n« f") "• i • ' al weeks visit wltji her sister Frank BaJUiiig, and ftt here. L Mrs. Maude Pearl ftther rel- Hanna, Alice lspn, : Margaret Marian Hoppe, and Leona ted Sunday afternoon at Bend. r. and Mr*. Merwyn Graham, of and a little son arrived froift a fev a^ysVim Mer- EM.'. Bare »tB, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 'HUQ. . and Mrs, William were also supper guests to QW- couple Mr. FREE! YOVK HBAT , S. NORTON & SON WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY S.le of Han'kerchiefs Beautiful, imported linen hanks with Chinese drawn work and applique at only 29c i (or $1410 On Balcony 500 Silk-Wool-Knit Dresses Knitted Wool Dresses Fine Quality Wool Zephyr 2-piece knitted dresses at this unheard of low price. Sizes mostly 12 to 20— a few to 42. 2.99 200 Pair of New Fall Shoes You certainly save on these fine shoes—black brown sport oxfords, Kydette stomper, brown kid strap, black kid tie, suede pumps, suede tie, all sizes but not all sizes in every shoe. * Silk Dresses at a Clearance Lots of style—fine fit—high quality —feature these dresses. Many of them .were made to sell for much more. J Sizes 11 to 48, including % sizes at I only 3.99 Sale of Gloves Glove time is here. A grand assortment of fabric gloves. Many sold as high as $1.00. 59c Pine Quality Silk, Wool and Wool Jersey Dresses AH new fall dresses with both long or short sleeves. All from our regular $8 and $9.95 price range. Wools, Rib Cloths, Matelasse, Black, Teal Blue, Wine, Green and Rust Beautiful dresses. Sweaters Short sleeve Sweaters, long sleeve and barrel types. 32 to 40 size. 1.00 200 New Fall and Winter Coats Choose while assortment is good. "TJse our Lay Away plan." t Fur Trimmed Coats Untrinumed Coats SO Coats in tEis group including fleeces, plushes, suede cloths and fur fabrics. All guaranteed lining. Size 12 to 44. 6.95 Silk Hose Sale 'The Automatic Butler Coal Stoker fits any furnace or fcaw; "pipes" low-cpat stoker coal to the lire avtematoetty' Noamokel No Bootl ., You, too, CKB eaaly . convenience, comfort and healthful warmth of Automatic Putter Fine Silk Hose ringless, sheer, long wearing 59c pr. 2 pair for $1.10 Semi-Service SILK HOSE Rollins regular $1.00, 7-thread hose, sizes 9 to 10%. 79c Printed Cotton Wash Frocks Dirndles, wrap around, button down the front. Guaranteed fast color. Sizes 10 to 20 and Knit Slips Our regular $1,00 Rollins knit slips on sale at 69e 95 38 to 52. Satin Slip* With four gore in plain or lace trimmed, size 32 to 44. 1.00 2nd Floor Children* Hose Trim, fit hose in Anklets, % hose and % hose, regular 25c quality. - 19c pair Fur Trimmed i Persian Kurl : I Qmart Sport Coats A really beautiful group of fine coats featuring the Rhumba Deluxe untrimmed coats, the imported Persian Kurl Fabrics, Commodore boucles, fur trims of mink, Persian lamb, Wolf and North- ~ern Seal. Sizes 12 to 46 including half sizes. EXTRA SPECIAL Silk Dresses A special purchase of these smart dresses enables us to offer these at tb'is }QW price- mostly sizes 12 to 20. 2.99 BHHHVMIBi Broken Lots of FINE SHOES Paradise, Natura.1 Poise and Modem Miss shoes included, at this low price. 3.98 Hi Style—Low Price 25 beautiful styles The style, fit and quality put into these shoes at this price is unbelievable. Black, Brown, Wine and Burnt Copper. High' and medium and low heels. All sizes. 3.00 pr. Hat Bargains Here la a bargain for you—the season's smartest hats. One group at only 1.19 SPEdAL BARGAINS from our newly added second floor !• Children's Print and Knit Dresses —78c Bien Jolie High Grade Corsets 25% Off Plain color (Cotton Lineen Uniforms —98c Children's Wool Sweater, reg. $1.50 at 98c Boys' Corduroy Jumper and Jackets $1 Hickory yer-Pit Elastic Girdles —.,-98c . Child's Snow Suit, Mello Glow Fleece $1,99 , Boys' Wash Suits, Pants, Slacks 29c Taffeta House Coat, shirred waist $1.98 New Cotton House Coats at $1, 1-39, 1,99 HP lji& W^P ^^S l^^^^B ^^^^^ ^^^^^B , ^^ ^P ^^|^^ ^^P ^^R *.-^^J r f''' " « - ' , « ,-" '. ^ t /? ' GufmjHfv^f ?w*R^P "^ef&WwFW^Vff ^w W,'l'fv» > -"P^S^^^Rw^|[^p> s * i '"'' l "'?5

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